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Jan 20, 2013 11:00am PST
next week for the ellis-o'farrell garage and to terminate that lease as again the sfmta thinks it is not needed. that they can handle it themselves and save money. so for those reasons, we say that this is a policy matter for the board. >> mr. rose, just to clarify from what you just said recently, from my understanding there are a number of garages that are under mta's jurisdiction. a number of them had a non-profit sort of intermediary in the past and the reason for that and the reason why the city entered into that sort of structure was because the city wasn't able to bond orboro money to be able to make improvements to the garages in past? >> that is exactly right. >> obvious the bonds were paid off, there were provisions, i think in some of the contracts that indicated once the bonds are completely paid off or paid in a pre-payment situation, that those organizations would dissolve. but there was in at least item no. 2 sort of an amendment to that clause. does that sound right? >> i don't recall, supervisor, the exact language in the agreements as to whether or not t
SFGTV
Jan 20, 2013 4:00am PST
especially near oak street and market. i go to your district too much supervisor farrel. unless visitors come and see me. i know the areas i do go to is getting that, very bad and i spoke on this before. you are getting money and spending and spending. why not spend it on something that makes the bicyclists do right. >> thank you very much. for those who don't know and district 11, the grass is greener over there. are there any members of the public would like to comment? we close comments. this is an informational item. next item. >> item 6, informational item. >> seeing none, will go on to public comments. seeing none come forward we close public comment. >> next item? >> item 7. general public comment. opportunity for the public to comment on any item whatsoever related to the transportation authority. will close public comment. >> next item. >> adjournment. >> we are adjourned. >> during the close session the committee voted to forward item 6-11 the full board with recommendations. >> thank you cannot entertain the motion to close to close session. we can do that witho
SFGTV
Jan 20, 2013 4:30am PST
to put you in a position where you cannot fulfill your responsibilities. >> supervisor farrell: thank you for coming out and for speaking and signing up for the seats. i did have a chance to speak with ms. crisp before but it is a strong preference for people who come to the committee. i was impressed by everyone. everyone is very qualified. we had a discussion about the existing people who sit on the board right now. in terms of the new people -- particularly ms. daniel, mr. hershkowitz, i like what they have to say and i would like to see the move forward. >> supervisor kim: supervisor yee? >> i want to thank everyone for coming out also. and chairperson kim, i really appreciate the whole issue of wanting to discuss the translation services available to our residents. i know how difficult it is. you are right. one may be able to speak in chinese or spanish or whatever; it does not mean they can translate formal types of words. i did not get to meet any of these people. but when i read the resume of ms. robia crisp, i was impressed by the resume. i know she did not apply for th
SFGTV
Jan 20, 2013 3:30am PST
things that commissioner farrel brought up in terms of data obtained from the various parts of the city. >> sure. >> i wanted to know is based on some of the heavily used muni bus stop stations in san francisco, if you are actually going to those locations during peak hours in collecting data from those particular individuals for the muni section. i think especially in the morning time it would be very helpful to get their feedback on some of these issues as well. >> thank you for that. we have advertised on the shelters and buses. it's tough. we will try. we have engaged the san francisco transit riders union. they promoted this extensively, and gave us feedback there is nothing that substitutes from going and director speaking to passengers. >> thank you. >> if there are no other comments and questions we can go on to public comments. thank you for your presentation. three minutes. >> one of the ways for us to appreciate our roads and streets in seven cisco is to visit some of the cities. stre ets in san fran cisco is recently i visited cities in europe. one of the segments of
SFGTV
Jan 20, 2013 12:00pm PST
and his economic team, as well as the city attorney's office. president chiu, supervisor farrell and supervisor avalos. i would like to give a brief overviewhoun it changes things fort taxpayer and how the office of treasurer/tax collector interacted with the public. the ordinance was passed on november 6th. and it does not apply to the 2013 or prior tax years. and just for your information, tax year is january 1 through december 31. and that affects our payroll expense tax, as well as the new grot gross receipts tax. we will be collecting register fees that affect the '13-14 fiscal year. so if gets collected in advance. payroll expense taxes are over a calendar year and they are filed in arrears, although we do make -- we ask that the taxpayers make quarterly payments. so the changes to the gross receipts tax and payroll expense tax that war mandated by the proposition commenced january 1 2014 and the first filing that is affected will be business registration fees are collected on may 31, 2014 and the tax filesing thereafter will be impacted and we'll be providing informat
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